- 21 Jul 21
Get ready for four nights of exciting acts when Féile comes back to Tipp.
Féile Festival is returning in a new format for its 31st year after taking a brief break during COVID-19.
Featuring acts such as Jerry Fish, The Frank & Walters and Paul Noonan, it's coming back as Feile Forever, a four-day music event from September 2 to 5.
Usually a Summer show in Thurles, it will take place outdoors at the foot of the Silvermines Mountains in Birdhill, Co. Tipperary.
"After two great years in Thurles we had huge plans for Feile 2020 and 2021 but alas a Stadium show isn’t possible this year," said promoters CWB. "Hopefully the Feile Forever nights will fill the gap until next year.”
Organisers are promising a fully socially distanced venue with tickets available in pods of 4.
Bell X1's Paul Noonan continues his rising solo career by opening the festival Thursday evening, likely playing material from his work in projects such as Printer Chips, Starboard Home and HousePlants.
The Alvin Purple Experience and The Funk Junkies will then close out the event on Sunday night after Jerry Fish brings his usual exciting live performance on Friday.
Tickets for Féile Forever are on sale now, with further information available on their website thetriptotipp.com.
Get ready by checking out 'Companero' from Paul Noonan's new band HousePlants below: